Kyndall Brown, Ex-Officio Member
California Mathematics Project Statewide Office
UCLA Center X
1320 Moore Hall, Box 951521
Los Angeles, CA 90095
(310) 794-9885
kbrown@gseis.ucla.edu
Stephen Fredricks, California Community Colleges
MESA Skyline, Skyline College
3300 College Dr., San Bruno, CA 94066
(650) 738-4244
fredrickss@smccd.edu
Robert Gould, Ex-Officio Member
California Mathematics Project Statewide Office, UCLA Center X; 1320 Moore Hall, Box 951521; Los Angeles, CA 90095 (310) 206-3381 rgould@stat.ucla.edu
Jeff Luscher, Superintendent of Public Instruction
Santiago High School
1395 East Foothill Parkway, Corona, CA 92881
(951) 739-5600 x 2316
jluscher@cnusd.k12.ca.us
Vacant - University of California
Michelle Standlee, California Mathematics Council
2747 E Seeger Ct
Visalia, CA 93292
(559) 901-5555
jmstan@sbcglobal.net
Natalie Sidarous, Governor
California State Controller’s Office
PO Box 942850, Sacramento, CA 94250
(916) 322-7453
NSidarous@sco.ca.gov
Vacant - California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
Vacant - Career Technical Education
April White, State Board of Education
Westside Global Awareness Magnet
104 Anchorage St., Marina del Rey, Ca 90292
(310) 821-2039
alw6675@lausd.net
Gregory B. White, Advisory Board Chair
Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities
Notre Dame de Namur University
1500 Ralston Ave., Belmont, CA 94002
(650) 508-3436/(650) 508-3682 FAX
gwhite@ndnu.edu
Stan Yoshinobu, California State University
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
Department of Mathematics; 25-315
San Luis Obispo, CA 93407
(805) 756-2287/(805) 756-6537 FAX
styoshin@calpoly.edu

Conflict of Interest Statement

The California Mathematics Project’s overall policy on conflict of interest is that none of the members of the CMP Advisory Board shall participate in any organization’s proposal or interim report reviews which place them in a conflict of interest between their official duties as Board members and any other interest or obligation to the organization.

In case of a conflict of interest during reviews of interim reports or proposals, the CMP Advisory Board member will become a member of the public (as defined by the Bagley-Keene Open Public Meetings Act) during the discussion of the campus in question and will abstain from voting for or against the proposal. In this case, the member cannot be counted as part of a quorum.

The CMP Advisory Board considers all of the following to be conflicts:

  • The Advisory Board member is employed by the organization being reviewed.
  • The Advisory Board member is actively involved within the last three years in any CMP programs or activities sponsored by key CMP regional site personnel including any of the following:
  • Serving as a member of any local Advisory Board of the CMP regional site or of any programs sponsored by key CMP regional site personnel.
  • Providing services for a fee or honorarium to the CMP regional site or to any programs sponsored by key CMP regional site personnel.
  • The Advisory Board member is a family member or personal friend of one of the key CMP regional site personnel.
  • Additionally, an Advisory Board member may determine on his/her own volition that a conflict of interest exists.